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15 February 2017 | by

NBS research has found that Approved Documents are valued by users and are essential in making sure people comply with the building regulations. There is, however, work to be done to make them fit for digital construction.

19 July 2016 | by

We've produced a manufacturers version of the 2016 National BIM Report - our study into UK adoption and awareness of Building Information Modelling (BIM). Download the full, free report including full summary findings and expert insight and analysis.

18 July 2016 | by

Anthony Harte, Director at James and WARD Ltd, shows the need for structured, approved, trusted content and useful data to lay the foundations for a revolution.

18 July 2016 | by

NBS's Research Manager, David Bain, explores the wide range of product information required at all stages of the project lifecycle.

18 July 2016 | by

NBS's head of Product Information explores the opportunities for product manufacturers to deliver information that can easily be incorporated into BIM projects.

31 May 2016 | by

Research by AXA reveals that a new generation of tradesmen and women is arising. Far from being short on skills, these younger people are bringing a greater diversity of backgrounds and talents to the building trade.

14 April 2016 | by

NBS/ RIBA Enterprises CEO Richard Waterhouse introduces the National BIM Report 2016, the sixth NBS study into UK adoption and awareness of Building Information Modelling (BIM).

25 February 2016 | by

In this, a companion study to the NBS National BIM report, we take an international view of BIM with a detailed exploration of five countries, each at different stages of BIM maturity – with data from the UK, Canada, Denmark, Japan and the Czech Republic.

03 December 2015 | by

Business leaders are confident about the UK’s infrastructure outlook in the year ahead. A new study, however, suggests there’s more to do.

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